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Effects of visual cues on public self-awareness and perceived anonymity of self
Unformatted Document Text:  Visual Cues and Perceived Self-Anonymity 23 Appendix A: Survey Items All items in the survey are based on 7-point Likert scales. In some cases the items are reverse coded. There are four groups of measures: self-awareness, media use (as proxy for cognitive load), perceived anonymity, and other measures related to group interaction. I. Measures of Self-awareness: Public Self-awareness During the group discussion: • I was concerned about my style of doing things. • I was concerned about the way I presented myself. • I was self-conscious about the way I looked • I usually was worried about making a good impression • I was concerned about what other people thought of me. Private Self-awareness • I was trying to figure myself out. • I reflected about myself a lot. • I was attentive to my inner feelings • I constantly examined my motives. • I was alert to changes in my mood. II. Measures of media ease of use as proxy for cognitive load: “The way in which one participated in the discussion: • Was clear and understandable (Reverse coded) • Did not require a lot of my mental effort (Reverse coded) • Made it easy for me to participate (Reverse coded) • Was distracting; it took my attention away from the discussion. • Made it too hard to participate. • Made me focus on other things rather than the discussion. III. Measures of perceived anonymity. Perceived anonymity of others (all items are reversed coded) • I could pretty much know who said what. • Everybody knows each other’s position • I can identify other participants in the discussion. • I will remember others because I interacted with them on the discussion. • I can evaluate others that participated in the discussion.

Authors: Gomez, Luis.
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Visual Cues and Perceived Self-Anonymity
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Appendix A: Survey Items
All items in the survey are based on 7-point Likert scales. In some cases the items are reverse coded.
There are four groups of measures: self-awareness, media use (as proxy for cognitive load), perceived
anonymity, and other measures related to group interaction.

I.
Measures of Self-awareness:
Public Self-awareness
During the group discussion:
I was concerned about my style of doing things.
I was concerned about the way I presented myself.
I was self-conscious about the way I looked
I usually was worried about making a good impression
I was concerned about what other people thought of me.
Private Self-awareness
I was trying to figure myself out.
I reflected about myself a lot.
I was attentive to my inner feelings
I constantly examined my motives.
I was alert to changes in my mood.

II. Measures of media ease of use as proxy for cognitive load:
“The way in which one participated in the discussion:
Was clear and understandable (Reverse coded)
Did not require a lot of my mental effort (Reverse coded)
Made it easy for me to participate (Reverse coded)
Was distracting; it took my attention away from the discussion.
Made it too hard to participate.
Made me focus on other things rather than the discussion.

III. Measures of perceived anonymity.
Perceived
anonymity of others
(all items are
reversed coded)
I could pretty much know who said what.
Everybody knows each other’s position
I can identify other participants in the discussion.
I will remember others because I interacted with them on the discussion.
I can evaluate others that participated in the discussion.


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